The Russian Defense Ministry spoke about the system for sending letters to the special operation zone

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The Russian Defense Ministry spoke about the system for sending letters to the special operation zone

The Russian Federation organizes the delivery of postal items to the zone of a special military operation. This is reported by the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

The leadership of the RF Ministry of Defense entrusted the courier-postal service of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation with the responsibility for delivering letters to the NVO zone. For the delivery of postal messages, trucks with armed guards are used, which arrive daily at the front line to bring letters from home and parcels to soldiers and officers.



Envelopes and boxes with parcels are handed over personally to the recipients. According to the Ministry of Defense, courier-postal servicemen deliver about a thousand letters to units on the front line every day.

In addition to personal messages, military postmen also deliver official correspondence. One of the main tasks facing them is not only to ensure the delivery of correspondence itself, but also to meet the deadlines. Military postmen try to avoid delays. The service operates around the clock, seven days a week, so most of the correspondence is delivered on time.

Here, at the front, news from home sometimes plays the most important role. Eighty years have passed since the Great Patriotic War, but letters to the front are still very significant for soldiers and officers. After all, they give them the opportunity to find out how the closest people are doing, to feel here, in the trench, the warmth of their home.

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    1. +3
      19 December 2022 19: 03
      We already talked about this a couple of weeks ago. Is there no news? Putin in Minsk, the whole world held its breath, waiting for news.
      1. +2
        19 December 2022 21: 08
        That was news, now video. You are not interested, do not look))) And I served in the 6th Central Directorate of the FPS. company MO-bags.
    2. 0
      19 December 2022 19: 09
      Curiously, does a letter perusal department exist?)
    3. ASM
      -3
      19 December 2022 19: 14
      Are the letters relevant now? I've been using e-mail for 20 years now. Parcels / parcels - yes. Or is communication so blocked now that we have to return to the epistolary genre?
      1. +2
        19 December 2022 23: 35
        Quote from A.S.M.
        Are the letters relevant now? I've been using e-mail for 20 years now. Parcels / parcels - yes. Or is communication so blocked now that we have to return to the epistolary genre?

        It's not about the method. A lot of videos, how the Guys on the front read and reread Paper letters, written by kids. Children's toys sent are kept like the apple of an eye. On the front, it's fucking important!
    4. +3
      19 December 2022 19: 21
      In the rear, when all household electronics work, you don’t even remember about letters. But there, perhaps, it is perceived differently. Even not so much the information itself is important as handwriting, words, paper.
      If I happen to be far away and without constant communication, I would probably wait for letters.
    5. +2
      19 December 2022 19: 44
      Where did the military mail go? Just like food was outsourced? By the way, did these firms go to the NVO zone to provide food for servicemen in the NVO zone?
      1. 0
        20 December 2022 06: 13
        Quote: bulat
        Where did the military mail go? Just like food was outsourced? By the way, did these firms go to the NVO zone to provide food for servicemen in the NVO zone?

        Marshal Taburetkin for this himself to send broken tracks under fire to change. I remember that they also wanted to outsource this.

        A few years ago, half of my office went to a cafe nearby for lunch - inexpensive and VERY well cooked.
        Then the owner of the cafe got tired of working on his own, he gave himself up to this atsing. They began to bring frozen food and soup in containers from some network nonsense.
        The result - six months later, the owner of the cafe decided to return everything back - and two more cafes have already opened nearby. A couple of months at a loss with an empty hall worked - and closed. Now there is a hairdresser.

        That's what outsourcing is.
        The idea, perhaps, is good, but I have never seen a normal execution ANYWHERE - neither in life, nor in the news on TV.
    6. -1
      19 December 2022 20: 01
      And the Ministry of Defense has nothing more to talk about? Especially after another shelling of Belgorod. Isn't it time to liquidate the military-political leadership of Ukraine, which is not much in hiding....
    7. -1
      20 December 2022 03: 35
      ***
      front triangles,
      Your lines are fading
      But it comes, as before,
      The voice is distant and alive.
      front triangles,
      Unforgotten worries,
      And forgotten, half-erased
      Field mail number...
      ---
      Viktor Natochiy



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